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The arm that inserts the records into the carridge is in the upright position and will not go back down. It is obstructing the carridge from moving. How do I fix this problem?

When I tried to play a selection, the carridge tries to move but can't. Then an error displays on the digit readout. I removed the carridge to see what the problem was. All I saw was that it was a spring loaded insert arm, but couldn't figure out what was holding it down before that is not holding it down now. Did something break that I could not see or is whatever moving this arm back down not getting information from the operating computer.

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